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Re: Do they pull ANOTHER credit before closing?


dac1 wrote:

Ours was pulled once for the initial approval, again during underwriting and once more the day before closing. 


Mine was pulled at the beginning and again last week.  I was told there would be one more pull of a single bureau right before closing, but with no "score", only to see that I haven't added new accounts.  I'm hoping that's a soft?

 

Starting Score: 10/1/2011 EQ 568 TU 593
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Re: Do they pull ANOTHER credit before closing?

Thats what I heard, if they pull you again they do not get a score. they just want to see if your buying a new Plasma.

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